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JORDAN-CHALLENGE/
RTS2WS2C
January 01, 2020
Hashem Younes, 49 years old, who asks each client to sign a paper prior eating his sandwiches, to aware...
Amman, Jordan
Hashem Younes, 49 years old, who asks each client to sign a paper prior eating his sandwiches, to aware...
Hashem Younes, 49 years old, who asks each client to sign a paper prior eating his sandwiches, to aware them of their spiciness, prepares his spicy chicken liver sandwiches at his restaurant, in Amman, Jordan, December 29, 2019. Picture taken December 29, 2019. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
JORDAN-CHALLENGE/
RTS2WS2B
January 01, 2020
A worker prepares spicy chicken liver sandwiches at the restaurant of Hashem Younes, 49 years old, who...
Amman, Jordan
A worker prepares spicy chicken liver sandwiches at the restaurant of Hashem Younes, 49 years old, who...
A worker prepares spicy chicken liver sandwiches at the restaurant of Hashem Younes, 49 years old, who asks each client to sign a paper prior eating his sandwiches, to aware them of their spiciness, in Amman, Jordan, December 29, 2019. Picture taken December 29, 2019. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
JORDAN-CHALLENGE/
RTS2WS2A
January 01, 2020
Hashem Younes, 49 years old, who asks each client to sign a paper prior eating his sandwiches, to aware...
Amman, Jordan
Hashem Younes, 49 years old, who asks each client to sign a paper prior eating his sandwiches, to aware...
Hashem Younes, 49 years old, who asks each client to sign a paper prior eating his sandwiches, to aware them of their spiciness, prepares his spicy chicken liver sandwiches at his restaurant, in Amman, Jordan, December 29, 2019. Picture taken December 29, 2019. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
JORDAN-CHALLENGE/
RTS2WS29
January 01, 2020
Workers prepare spicy chicken liver sandwiches at the restaurant of Hashem Younes, 49 years old, who...
Amman, Jordan
Workers prepare spicy chicken liver sandwiches at the restaurant of Hashem Younes, 49 years old, who...
Workers prepare spicy chicken liver sandwiches at the restaurant of Hashem Younes, 49 years old, who asks each client to sign a paper prior eating his sandwiches, to aware them of their spiciness, in Amman, Jordan, December 29, 2019. Picture taken December 29, 2019. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
JORDAN-CHALLENGE/
RTS2WS28
January 01, 2020
Clients eat spicy liver chicken sandwiches served at Hashem Younes' restaurant, who asks each client...
Amman, Jordan
Clients eat spicy liver chicken sandwiches served at Hashem Younes' restaurant, who asks each client...
Clients eat spicy liver chicken sandwiches served at Hashem Younes' restaurant, who asks each client to sign a paper prior eating his sandwiches, to aware them of their spiciness, in Amman, Jordan, December 29, 2019. Picture taken December 29, 2019. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
JORDAN-CHALLENGE/
RTS2WS27
January 01, 2020
Species and hot peppers are displayed at Hashem Younes' restaurant who asks each client to sign a paper...
Amman, Jordan
Species and hot peppers are displayed at Hashem Younes' restaurant who asks each client to sign a paper...
Species and hot peppers are displayed at Hashem Younes' restaurant who asks each client to sign a paper prior eating his sandwiches, to aware them of their spiciness, in Amman, Jordan, December 29, 2019. Picture taken December 29, 2019. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
JORDAN-CHALLENGE/
RTS2WS26
January 01, 2020
Hashem Younes, 49, shows a paper signed by his clients prior eating his sandwiches, to aware them of...
Amman, Jordan
Hashem Younes shows a paper signed by his clients prior eating his sandwiches, at his restaurant in Amman...
Hashem Younes, 49, shows a paper signed by his clients prior eating his sandwiches, to aware them of their spiciness, at his restaurant in Amman, Jordan December 29, 2019. Picture taken December 29, 2019. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
JORDAN-CHALLENGE/
RTS2WS25
January 01, 2020
Hashem Younes, 49 years old, who asks each client to sign a paper prior eating his sandwiches, to aware...
Amman, Jordan
Hashem Younes, 49 years old, who asks each client to sign a paper prior eating his sandwiches, to aware...
Hashem Younes, 49 years old, who asks each client to sign a paper prior eating his sandwiches, to aware them of their spiciness, prepares his spicy chicken liver sandwiches at his restaurant, in Amman, Jordan, December 29, 2019. Picture taken December 29, 2019. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
HONGKONG-PROTESTS/RESTAURANT
RTX73QRS
September 20, 2019
Spicy Andong owner Roy Ma poses with a glass of "eye for an eye", a blackcurrant longan soda with strawberry...
Hong Kong, China
Spicy Andong owner Ma poses with a glass of "eye for an eye" at his restaurant in Hong Kong
Spicy Andong owner Roy Ma poses with a glass of "eye for an eye", a blackcurrant longan soda with strawberry syrup, at his restaurant in Hong Kong, China September 19, 2019. Picture taken September 19, 2019. REUTERS/Vorasit Satienlerk
HAITI-DAYOFTHEDEAD/
RTX6HHSW
November 01, 2018
A Voodoo believer spits alcohol mixed with spicy peppers during celebrations in a cemetery in Port-au-Prince,...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
A Voodoo believer spits alcohol mixed with spicy peppers during celebrations in a cemetery in Port-au-Prince...
A Voodoo believer spits alcohol mixed with spicy peppers during celebrations in a cemetery in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, November 1, 2018. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares
HAITI-DAYOFTHEDEAD/
RTX6HHSV
November 01, 2018
A Voodoo believer rubs herself as another woman pours alcohol mixed with spicy peppers during celebrations...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
A Voodoo believer rubs herself as another woman pours alcohol mixed with spicy peppers during celebrations...
A Voodoo believer rubs herself as another woman pours alcohol mixed with spicy peppers during celebrations in a cemetery in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, November 1, 2018. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares
HAITI-DAYOFTHEDEAD/
RTX6HHSE
November 01, 2018
A Voodoo believer pours alcohol mixed with spicy peppers on himself during celebrations in a cemetery...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
A Voodoo believer pours alcohol mixed with spicy peppers on himself during celebrations in a cemetery...
A Voodoo believer pours alcohol mixed with spicy peppers on himself during celebrations in a cemetery in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, November 1, 2018. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares
LEBANON-ODDLY/
RTSO4ZN
September 17, 2016
People gather around a fish shaped container during an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of World Records...
South Lebanon, Lebanon
People gather around a fish shaped container during an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of World Records...
People gather around a fish shaped container during an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of World Records for the largest spicy fish plate in Sarafand, South Lebanon September 16, 2016. The plate contains around 802 kilograms of spicy fish, organisers said. Picture taken September 16, 2016. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho
LEBANON-ODDLY/
RTSO4ZM
September 17, 2016
Women arrange cooked fish into a huge container during an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of World...
South Lebanon, Lebanon
Women arrange cooked fish into a huge container during an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of World...
Women arrange cooked fish into a huge container during an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of World Records for the largest spicy fish plate in Sarafand, South Lebanon September 16, 2016. The plate contains around 802 kilograms of spicy fish, organisers said. Picture taken September 16, 2016. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho
LEBANON-ODDLY/
RTSO4ZL
September 17, 2016
People gather around a huge container during an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of World Records for...
South Lebanon, Lebanon
People gather around a huge container during an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of World Records for...
People gather around a huge container during an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of World Records for the largest spicy fish plate in Sarafand, South Lebanon September 16, 2016. The plate contains around 802 kilograms of spicy fish, organisers said. Picture taken September 16, 2016. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho
LEBANON-ODDLY/
RTSO4ZK
September 17, 2016
A man pours cooked fish into a huge container during an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of World Records...
South Lebanon, Lebanon
A man pours cooked fish into a huge container during an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of World Records...
A man pours cooked fish into a huge container during an attempt to enter the Guinness Book of World Records for the largest spicy fish plate in Sarafand, South Lebanon September 16, 2016. The plate contains around 802 kilograms of spicy fish, organisers said. Picture taken September 16, 2016. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/RESTAURANTS
RTX1SORC
September 27, 2015
A waiter serves customers at the restaurant "Rubro" in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning...
Lisbon, Portugal
A waiter serves customers at the restaurant "Rubro" in Lisbon
A waiter serves customers at the restaurant "Rubro" in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning the vote of the cooks and waiters dishing out succulent grilled fish and spicy chicken at Portugal's restaurants could make all the difference in the country's tight Oct. 4 election. The restaurant sector is a huge provider of jobs in this food-worshipping southern European nation. It was also among the hardest hit by austerity imposed by centre-right premier Pedro Passos Coelho as part of efforts to shake off the 2009 sovereign debt crisis that also afflicted Spain, Greece and Cyprus. Picture taken September 23, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/RESTAURANTS
RTX1SOR8
September 27, 2015
Customers read the menu at the restaurant "Rubro" in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning the...
Lisbon, Portugal
Customers read the menu at the restaurant "Rubro" in Lisbon
Customers read the menu at the restaurant "Rubro" in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning the vote of the cooks and waiters dishing out succulent grilled fish and spicy chicken at Portugal's restaurants could make all the difference in the country's tight Oct. 4 election. The restaurant sector is a huge provider of jobs in this food-worshipping southern European nation. It was also among the hardest hit by austerity imposed by centre-right premier Pedro Passos Coelho as part of efforts to shake off the 2009 sovereign debt crisis that also afflicted Spain, Greece and Cyprus. Picture taken September 23, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/RESTAURANTS
RTX1SOR2
September 27, 2015
People eat at a restaurant in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning the vote of the cooks and...
Lisbon, Portugal
People eat at a restaurant in Lisbon
People eat at a restaurant in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning the vote of the cooks and waiters dishing out succulent grilled fish and spicy chicken at Portugal's restaurants could make all the difference in the country's tight Oct. 4 election. The restaurant sector is a huge provider of jobs in this food-worshipping southern European nation. It was also among the hardest hit by austerity imposed by centre-right premier Pedro Passos Coelho as part of efforts to shake off the 2009 sovereign debt crisis that also afflicted Spain, Greece and Cyprus. Picture taken September 23, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/RESTAURANTS
RTX1SOR1
September 27, 2015
Luis Pereira (C) takes customers' orders at the restaurant "Rubro" in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23,...
Lisbon, Portugal
Luis Pereira takes customers' orders at the restaurant "Rubro" in Lisbon
Luis Pereira (C) takes customers' orders at the restaurant "Rubro" in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning the vote of the cooks and waiters dishing out succulent grilled fish and spicy chicken at Portugal's restaurants could make all the difference in the country's tight Oct. 4 election. The restaurant sector is a huge provider of jobs in this food-worshipping southern European nation. It was also among the hardest hit by austerity imposed by centre-right premier Pedro Passos Coelho as part of efforts to shake off the 2009 sovereign debt crisis that also afflicted Spain, Greece and Cyprus. Picture taken September 23, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/RESTAURANTS
RTX1SOR0
September 27, 2015
People eat at a restaurant in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning the vote of the cooks and...
Lisbon, Portugal
People eat at a restaurant in Lisbon
People eat at a restaurant in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning the vote of the cooks and waiters dishing out succulent grilled fish and spicy chicken at Portugal's restaurants could make all the difference in the country's tight Oct. 4 election. The restaurant sector is a huge provider of jobs in this food-worshipping southern European nation. It was also among the hardest hit by austerity imposed by centre-right premier Pedro Passos Coelho as part of efforts to shake off the 2009 sovereign debt crisis that also afflicted Spain, Greece and Cyprus. Picture taken September 23, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/RESTAURANTS
RTX1SOQZ
September 27, 2015
Jose Suarez (L) of the "Adega Tio Pepe" restaurant serves his customers in Lisbon, Portugal, September...
Lisbon, Portugal
Jose Suarez of the "Adega Tio Pepe" restaurant serves his customers in Lisbon
Jose Suarez (L) of the "Adega Tio Pepe" restaurant serves his customers in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning the vote of the cooks and waiters dishing out succulent grilled fish and spicy chicken at Portugal's restaurants could make all the difference in the country's tight Oct. 4 election. The restaurant sector is a huge provider of jobs in this food-worshipping southern European nation. It was also among the hardest hit by austerity imposed by centre-right premier Pedro Passos Coelho as part of efforts to shake off the 2009 sovereign debt crisis that also afflicted Spain, Greece and Cyprus. Picture taken September 23, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/RESTAURANTS
RTX1SOQX
September 27, 2015
Jose Suarez of the "Adega Tio Pepe" restaurant invites tourists to enter his establisment in Lisbon,...
Lisbon, Portugal
Jose Suarez of the "Adega Tio Pepe" restaurant invites tourists to enter his establisment in Lisbon
Jose Suarez of the "Adega Tio Pepe" restaurant invites tourists to enter his establisment in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning the vote of the cooks and waiters dishing out succulent grilled fish and spicy chicken at Portugal's restaurants could make all the difference in the country's tight Oct. 4 election. The restaurant sector is a huge provider of jobs in this food-worshipping southern European nation. It was also among the hardest hit by austerity imposed by centre-right premier Pedro Passos Coelho as part of efforts to shake off the 2009 sovereign debt crisis that also afflicted Spain, Greece and Cyprus. Picture taken September 23, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/RESTAURANTS
RTX1SOQW
September 27, 2015
Customers read the menu at the restaurant "Rubro" in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning the...
Lisbon, Portugal
Customers read the menu at the restaurant "Rubro" in Lisbon
Customers read the menu at the restaurant "Rubro" in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning the vote of the cooks and waiters dishing out succulent grilled fish and spicy chicken at Portugal's restaurants could make all the difference in the country's tight Oct. 4 election. The restaurant sector is a huge provider of jobs in this food-worshipping southern European nation. It was also among the hardest hit by austerity imposed by centre-right premier Pedro Passos Coelho as part of efforts to shake off the 2009 sovereign debt crisis that also afflicted Spain, Greece and Cyprus. Picture taken September 23, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
PORTUGAL-ELECTION/RESTAURANTS
RTX1SOQV
September 27, 2015
Luis Pereira of the "Rubro" restaurant displays one of its dishes in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23,...
Lisbon, Portugal
Luis Pereira of the "Rubro" restaurant displays one of its dishes in Lisbon
Luis Pereira of the "Rubro" restaurant displays one of its dishes in Lisbon, Portugal, September 23, 2015. Winning the vote of the cooks and waiters dishing out succulent grilled fish and spicy chicken at Portugal's restaurants could make all the difference in the country's tight Oct. 4 election. The restaurant sector is a huge provider of jobs in this food-worshipping southern European nation. It was also among the hardest hit by austerity imposed by centre-right premier Pedro Passos Coelho as part of efforts to shake off the 2009 sovereign debt crisis that also afflicted Spain, Greece and Cyprus. Picture taken September 23, 2015. REUTERS/Hugo Correia
GLOBAL-RAMADAN/
RTR402U7
July 25, 2014
Sara Naqvi, 36, holds a plate of her favourite Iftar meal, puri-cholea, deep fried bread and spicy chickpeas,...
New Delhi, India
Naqvi holds a plate of her favourite Iftar meal, puri-cholea, deep fried bread and spicy chickpeas, as...
Sara Naqvi, 36, holds a plate of her favourite Iftar meal, puri-cholea, deep fried bread and spicy chickpeas, as she waits to break her fast in New Delhi, July 15, 2014. During Ramadan, the ninth and holiest month in the Islamic calendar, Muslims refrain from eating and drinking during daylight hours. Reuters photographers took a series of portraits of Muslims observing Ramadan in different countries around the world, and asked them what food they liked to eat when breaking their daytime fast. Eid-al-Fitr, marking the end of Ramadan, will be celebrated at the beginning of next week. Picture taken July 15, 2014. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION FOOD)

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GLOBAL-RAMADAN/
RTR402U5
July 25, 2014
Sara Navqi's favourite Iftar meal of puri-chole, deep fried bread and spicy chickpeas is seen in New...
New Delhi, India
Sara Navqi's favourite Iftar meal of puri-chole, deep fried bread and spicy chickpeas is seen in New...
Sara Navqi's favourite Iftar meal of puri-chole, deep fried bread and spicy chickpeas is seen in New Delhi, July 15, 2014. During Ramadan, the ninth and holiest month in the Islamic calendar, Muslims refrain from eating and drinking during daylight hours. Reuters photographers took a series of portraits of Muslims observing Ramadan in different countries around the world, and asked them what food they liked to eat when breaking their daytime fast. Eid-al-Fitr, marking the end of Ramadan, will be celebrated at the beginning of next week. Picture taken July 15, 2014. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION FOOD)

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FILM-RESTAURANT/
RTR3SHVM
June 06, 2014
A Slightly Spicy Grilled Salmon plate is pictured at Kate Mantilini restaurant in Beverly Hills, California...
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES
A Slightly Spicy Grilled Salmon plate is pictured at Kate Mantilini restaurant in Beverly Hills
A Slightly Spicy Grilled Salmon plate is pictured at Kate Mantilini restaurant in Beverly Hills, California June 4, 2014. Situated along Wilshire Boulevard in the heart of Beverly Hills, the restaurant whose booths have long been a mainstay of Hollywood's power lunch crowd will close its doors on June 14 after 27 years. Picture taken June 4. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT FOOD)
INDIA-ONIONS/
RTX14MEQ
October 24, 2013
A labourer rests on sacks filled with onions at a wholesale vegetable market in the northern Indian city...
Chandigarh, India
A labourer rests on sacks filled with onions at a wholesale vegetable market in Chandigarh
A labourer rests on sacks filled with onions at a wholesale vegetable market in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh October 24, 2013. India has become so desperate for fresh stocks of the onions it uses in spicy curries that it is turning to regional rival China and sanctions-hit Iran for supplies, and there is even talk of airlifts to ease soaring prices. REUTERS/Ajay Verma (INDIA - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS POLITICS)
FOOD-HUNGARY/PAPRIKA
RTX140ZT
September 26, 2013
Red peppers are hung out to dry from the roof of a spice farm near Batya, 140km south of Budapest September...
BATYA, Hungary
Red peppers are hung out to dry from the roof of a spice farm near Batya
Red peppers are hung out to dry from the roof of a spice farm near Batya, 140km south of Budapest September 21, 2013. Many are hoping to put Hungary's once booming paprika business, a powdered spice that has long been a staple in Hungarian cooking, back on the map after decades of neglect and despite fierce competition from countries including Brazil, Serbia and China. Picture taken September 21, 2013. To match story FOOD-HUNGARY/PAPRIKA REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD)
PAKISTAN/
RTR3BJ1P
December 13, 2012
A street seller of spicy food items pushes a cart after shutting down his stall during a downpour in...
Lahore, Pakistan
A street seller of spicy food items pushes a cart after shutting down his stall during a downpour in...
A street seller of spicy food items pushes a cart after shutting down his stall during a downpour in Lahore December 13, 2012. REUTERS/Mani Rana (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
THAILAND-FESTIVAL/
RTR39IBR
October 24, 2012
Combination photos in this picture package show devotees of various Chinese shrines carrying statues...
Phuket, Thailand
Combination photos in this picture package show devotees of various Chinese shrines carrying statues...
Combination photos in this picture package show devotees of various Chinese shrines carrying statues and displaying piercings during street processions at the annual vegetarian festival in central Phuket during October 2012.
Thailand is not an easy country in which to be vegetarian. Once a year some of the country's avid meat eaters lay down their spicy meat stir-fries in favour of vegetables and meat substitutes. Bangkok based photographer Damir Sagolj travelled to Phuket to photograph the annual nine-day "Tesagin Kin Pak" vegetarian festival which consists of face-piercing, spirit mediums and strict vegetarianism. The festival celebrates the local Chinese community's belief that by abstaining from meat and taking various stimulants during the ninth lunar month of the Chinese calendar, they will obtain good health and peace of mind. The images have been put together in combinations, pairing up images through their use of colour, composition and movement
FOOD-TORONTO/
RTR37H4P
September 04, 2012
A plate of spicy squid tostadas is pictured at Mexican restaurant Grand Electric in Toronto August 15,...
Toronto, Canada
A plate of spicy squid tostadas is pictured at Mexican restaurant Grand Electric in Toronto
A plate of spicy squid tostadas is pictured at Mexican restaurant Grand Electric in Toronto August 15, 2012. For 11 days this month Toronto will be the cinematic center of the universe during its annual film festival and hungry movie-goers will have plenty of food choices thanks to the city's flourishing restaurant scene. Toronto has lured high-profile foreign chefs and the international media are starting to recognize it as a culinary destination. Picture taken August 15, 2012. REUTERS/Claire Sibonney (CANADA - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS SOCIETY)
VIETNAM
RTR36G2V
August 08, 2012
Vietnam's Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh (L) and his wife Nguyen Nguyet Nga try Tom Yum Goong, a popular...
Hanoi, Vietnam
Vietnam's FM Minh and his wife try Tom Yum Goong during a cultural exchange night in Hanoi
Vietnam's Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh (L) and his wife Nguyen Nguyet Nga try Tom Yum Goong, a popular Thai spicy and sour soup, during a cultural exchange night to mark the 45th anniversary of establishment of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) at the Government Guesthouse in Hanoi August 8, 2012. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: POLITICS FOOD ANNIVERSARY)
INDONESIA-MALAYSIA/CULTURE
RTR349MV
June 28, 2012
Women wait for customers at batik stalls in the Beringhardjo market in the ancient city of Yogyakarta...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Women wait for customers at batik stalls in the Beringhardjo market in the ancient city of Yogyakarta...
Women wait for customers at batik stalls in the Beringhardjo market in the ancient city of Yogyakarta June 21, 2012. Malaysia is separated from Indonesia's Sumatra island by just 40 miles (64 km) of water, but an ocean has opened up between them over who owns a traditional dance, the latest in a series of disputes between the Southeast Asian neighbours. Malaysian efforts to promote the Tor-tor folk dance and Gordang Sambilan drum performance - both with origins in Sumatra - as its own cultural heritage sparked protests this month in Jakarta, where a group torched Malaysia's flag and threw stones at its embassy. The case has touched a raw nerve in Indonesia, which has previously argued with Malaysia over who claims the rights to folk music, batik textiles and spicy beef Rendang curry. Picture taken June 21, 2012. To match story INDONESIA-MALAYSIA/CULTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY FASHION)
INDONESIA-MALAYSIA/CULTURE
RTR349MU
June 28, 2012
A worker holds a piece of cloth while making batik at the Batik Klasik workshop in Bantul, near the ancient...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
A worker holds a piece of cloth while making batik at the Batik Klasik workshop in Bantul
A worker holds a piece of cloth while making batik at the Batik Klasik workshop in Bantul, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta June 21, 2012. Malaysia is separated from Indonesia's Sumatra island by just 40 miles (64 km) of water, but an ocean has opened up between them over who owns a traditional dance, the latest in a series of disputes between the Southeast Asian neighbours. Malaysian efforts to promote the Tor-tor folk dance and Gordang Sambilan drum performance - both with origins in Sumatra - as its own cultural heritage sparked protests this month in Jakarta, where a group torched Malaysia's flag and threw stones at its embassy. The case has touched a raw nerve in Indonesia, which has previously argued with Malaysia over who claims the rights to folk music, batik textiles and spicy beef Rendang curry. Picture taken June 21, 2012. To match story INDONESIA-MALAYSIA/CULTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY FASHION)
INDONESIA-MALAYSIA/CULTURE
RTR349MM
June 28, 2012
Women make batik at the Batik Klasik workshop in Bantul, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta June 21,...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Women make batik at the Batik Klasik workshop in Bantul
Women make batik at the Batik Klasik workshop in Bantul, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta June 21, 2012. Malaysia is separated from Indonesia's Sumatra island by just 40 miles (64 km) of water, but an ocean has opened up between them over who owns a traditional dance, the latest in a series of disputes between the Southeast Asian neighbours. Malaysian efforts to promote the Tor-tor folk dance and Gordang Sambilan drum performance - both with origins in Sumatra - as its own cultural heritage sparked protests this month in Jakarta, where a group torched Malaysia's flag and threw stones at its embassy. The case has touched a raw nerve in Indonesia, which has previously argued with Malaysia over who claims the rights to folk music, batik textiles and spicy beef Rendang curry. Picture taken June 21, 2012. To match story INDONESIA-MALAYSIA/CULTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY FASHION)
INDONESIA-MALAYSIA/CULTURE
RTR349MD
June 28, 2012
A worker makes batik at the Batik Klasik workshop in Bantul, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta June...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
A worker makes batik at the Batik Klasik workshop in Bantul
A worker makes batik at the Batik Klasik workshop in Bantul, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta June 21, 2012. Malaysia is separated from Indonesia's Sumatra island by just 40 miles (64 km) of water, but an ocean has opened up between them over who owns a traditional dance, the latest in a series of disputes between the Southeast Asian neighbours. Malaysian efforts to promote the Tor-tor folk dance and Gordang Sambilan drum performance - both with origins in Sumatra - as its own cultural heritage sparked protests this month in Jakarta, where a group torched Malaysia's flag and threw stones at its embassy. The case has touched a raw nerve in Indonesia, which has previously argued with Malaysia over who claims the rights to folk music, batik textiles and spicy beef Rendang curry. Picture taken June 21, 2012. To match story INDONESIA-MALAYSIA/CULTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY FASHION)
INDONESIA-MALAYSIA/CULTURE
RTR349M8
June 28, 2012
Women make batik at the Batik Klasik workshop in Bantul, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta June 21,...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Women make batik at the Batik Klasik workshop in Bantul
Women make batik at the Batik Klasik workshop in Bantul, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta June 21, 2012. Malaysia is separated from Indonesia's Sumatra island by just 40 miles (64 km) of water, but an ocean has opened up between them over who owns a traditional dance, the latest in a series of disputes between the Southeast Asian neighbours. Malaysian efforts to promote the Tor-tor folk dance and Gordang Sambilan drum performance - both with origins in Sumatra - as its own cultural heritage sparked protests this month in Jakarta, where a group torched Malaysia's flag and threw stones at its embassy. The case has touched a raw nerve in Indonesia, which has previously argued with Malaysia over who claims the rights to folk music, batik textiles and spicy beef Rendang curry. Picture taken June 21, 2012. To match story INDONESIA-MALAYSIA/CULTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
CHINA-BO/CHONGQING
RTR31LMF
May 04, 2012
Hong Kong businessman Allan Zeman, known as "Mr. Lan Kwai Fong" for pioneering Hong Kong's best-known...
Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong businessman Allan Zeman, known as "Mr. Lan Kwai Fong", poses near sculptures at his office...
Hong Kong businessman Allan Zeman, known as "Mr. Lan Kwai Fong" for pioneering Hong Kong's best-known bar and restaurant district, poses near sculptures bought from China, at his office in Hong Kong May 4, 2012. In late February, Zeman was toasting Bo Xilai and the Chongqing government with tea and water as they wooed him to pump money into the city. Now the future of investment in China's biggest municipality is under a cloud after the ambitious Bo was stripped of his post as Communist Party chief, days after he and Zeman shared a spicy Sichuan hotpot with a handful of executives in a Macau delegation at a five-star hotel in the city. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
CHINA-BO/CHONGQING
RTR31LMB
May 04, 2012
Hong Kong businessman Allan Zeman, known as "Mr. Lan Kwai Fong" for pioneering Hong Kong's best-known...
Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong businessman Allan Zeman, known as "Mr. Lan Kwai Fong", poses near sculptures at his office...
Hong Kong businessman Allan Zeman, known as "Mr. Lan Kwai Fong" for pioneering Hong Kong's best-known bar and restaurant district, poses near sculptures bought from China, at his office in Hong Kong May 4, 2012. In late February, Zeman was toasting Bo Xilai and the Chongqing government with tea and water as they wooed him to pump money into the city. Now the future of investment in China's biggest municipality is under a cloud after the ambitious Bo was stripped of his post as Communist Party chief, days after he and Zeman shared a spicy Sichuan hotpot with a handful of executives in a Macau delegation at a five-star hotel in the city. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
CHINA-BO/CHONGQING
RTR31LM5
May 04, 2012
Hong Kong businessman Allan Zeman, known as "Mr. Lan Kwai Fong" for pioneering Hong Kong's best-known...
Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong businessman Allan Zeman, known as "Mr. Lan Kwai Fong", poses in front of a construction site...
Hong Kong businessman Allan Zeman, known as "Mr. Lan Kwai Fong" for pioneering Hong Kong's best-known bar and restaurant district, poses in front of a construction site at Lan Kwai Fong in Hong Kong's Central district May 4, 2012. In late February, Zeman was toasting Bo Xilai and the Chongqing government with tea and water as they wooed him to pump money into the city. Now the future of investment in China's biggest municipality is under a cloud after the ambitious Bo was stripped of his post as Communist Party chief, days after he and Zeman shared a spicy Sichuan hotpot with a handful of executives in a Macau delegation at a five-star hotel in the city. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION SOCIETY)
HUNGARY-FESTIVAL
RTR2TGS3
October 31, 2011
A competitor with sausages on his cap, drinks during Europe's biggest sausage festival in Bekescsaba,...
BEKESCSABA, Hungary
A competitor with sausages on his cap, drinks during Europe's biggest sausage festival in Bekescsaba,...
A competitor with sausages on his cap, drinks during Europe's biggest sausage festival in Bekescsaba, 240 km (149 miles) southeast of Budapest October 29, 2011. The annual Bekescsaba Sausage Festival is the place to taste and find out secrets of Hungary's spicy kolbasz sausages, with about 500 roughly 10-person teams making the kolbasz from scratch, competing in a good-natured, carnival-like, palinka-fueled atmosphere. The 15th year of the four-day festival in a rural area of southeastern Hungary, near the Romanian border, drew an estimated 100,000 visitors over the end-October holiday weekend, winding up on Monday. Picture taken October 29, 2011. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY FOOD)
HUNGARY-FESTIVAL
RTR2TGRZ
October 31, 2011
Competitors display their creations during Europe's biggest sausage festival in Bekescsaba, 240 km (149...
BEKESCSABA, Hungary
Competitors display their creations during Europe's biggest sausage festival in Bekescsaba, 240 km (149...
Competitors display their creations during Europe's biggest sausage festival in Bekescsaba, 240 km (149 miles) southeast of Budapest October 29, 2011. The annual Bekescsaba Sausage Festival is the place to taste and find out secrets of Hungary's spicy kolbasz sausages, with about 500 roughly 10-person teams making the kolbasz from scratch, competing in a good-natured, carnival-like, palinka-fueled atmosphere. The 15th year of the four-day festival in a rural area of southeastern Hungary, near the Romanian border, drew an estimated 100,000 visitors over the end-October holiday weekend, winding up on Monday. Picture taken October 29, 2011. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY FOOD)
HUNGARY-FESTIVAL
RTR2TGRV
October 31, 2011
Competitors make sausages during Europe's biggest sausage festival in Bekescsaba, 240 km (149 miles)...
BEKESCSABA, Hungary
Competitors make sausages during Europe's biggest sausage festival in Bekescsaba, 240 km (149 miles)...
Competitors make sausages during Europe's biggest sausage festival in Bekescsaba, 240 km (149 miles) southeast of Budapest October 29, 2011. The annual Bekescsaba Sausage Festival is the place to taste and find out secrets of Hungary's spicy kolbasz sausages, with about 500 roughly 10-person teams making the kolbasz from scratch, competing in a good-natured, carnival-like, palinka-fueled atmosphere. The 15th year of the four-day festival in a rural area of southeastern Hungary, near the Romanian border, drew an estimated 100,000 visitors over the end-October holiday weekend, winding up on Monday. Picture taken October 29, 2011. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY FOOD)
HUNGARY-FESTIVAL
RTR2TGRS
October 31, 2011
Competitors make sausages during Europe's biggest sausage festival in Bekescsaba, 240 km (149 miles)...
BEKESCSABA, Hungary
Competitors make sausages during Europe's biggest sausage festival in Bekescsaba, 240 km (149 miles)...
Competitors make sausages during Europe's biggest sausage festival in Bekescsaba, 240 km (149 miles) southeast of Budapest October 29, 2011. The annual Bekescsaba Sausage Festival is the place to taste and find out secrets of Hungary's spicy kolbasz sausages. The 15th year of the four-day festival in a rural area of southeastern Hungary, near the Romanian border, drew an estimated 100,000 visitors over the end-October holiday weekend, winding up on Monday. Picture taken October 29, 2011. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY FOOD)
INDONESIA-ECONOMY/CHILLIS
RTXW9MC
January 08, 2011
A woman walks past chillies for sale at a market in Jakarta January 6, 2011. Indonesia's President Susilo...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A woman walks past chillies for sale at a market in Jakarta
A woman walks past chillies for sale at a market in Jakarta January 6, 2011. Indonesia's President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono called on households to plant food in their gardens in an effort to head off inflation, with the country's trade minister Mari Pangestu leading the way by chilli farming 200 plants at home. Chilli prices surged five-fold in Indonesia in the past year to around 100,000 rupiah ($11) per kg, more than beef, hurting households fond of spicy cuisine in an archipelago where logistical problems and wet weather often add to costs.
REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE POLITICS FOOD)
INDONESIA-ECONOMY/CHILLIS
RTXW9NE
January 06, 2011
A chilli vendor (C) holds a bunch of chillies as he serves a customer at a market in Jakarta, January...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A chilli vendor holds a bunch of chillies as he serves a customer at a market in Jakarta,
A chilli vendor (C) holds a bunch of chillies as he serves a customer at a market in Jakarta, January 6, 2011. Indonesia's President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono called on households to plant food in their gardens in an effort to head off inflation, with the country's trade minister Mari Pangestu leading the way by chilli farming 200 plants at home. Chilli prices surged five-fold in Indonesia in the past year to around 100,000 rupiah ($11) per kg, more than beef, hurting households fond of spicy cuisine in an archipelago where logistical problems and wet weather often add to costs. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIAB - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE FOOD POLITICS)
INDONESIA-ECONOMY/CHILLIS
RTXW9MF
January 06, 2011
Chillies are seen on sale at a market in Jakarta, January 6, 2011. Indonesia's President Susilo Bambang...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Chillies are seen on sale at a market in Jakarta
Chillies are seen on sale at a market in Jakarta, January 6, 2011. Indonesia's President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono called on households to plant food in their gardens in an effort to head off inflation, with the country's trade minister Mari Pangestu leading the way by chilli farming 200 plants at home. Chilli prices surged five-fold in Indonesia in the past year to around 100,000 rupiah ($11) per kg, more than beef, hurting households fond of spicy cuisine in an archipelago where logistical problems and wet weather often add to costs. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE FOOD POLITICS)
KOREA/
RTXT3H8
October 06, 2010
Lee Pan-nan, 70, smiles as she carries napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office after successfully...
Seoul, South Korea
Lee, smiles as she carries napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office after waiting in line for...
Lee Pan-nan, 70, smiles as she carries napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office after successfully buying three heads of cabbages after waiting in line for about four hours at the Shinyoung market in Seoul October 6, 2010. The price of local cabbage and other vegetables surged after heavy rainfall in the country. Autumn is the time for "Kimjang", a traditional Korean event when kimchi - the spicy pickled cabbage is prepared for the coldest months of winter. The subsidized cabbages are about 30 percent off the cover price. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY)
KOREA/
RTXT3G5
October 06, 2010
A woman carries napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office after waiting in line for about one...
Seoul, South Korea
A woman carries napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office after waiting in line for about one...
A woman carries napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office after waiting in line for about one hour at the Tongin market in Seoul October 6, 2010. The price of local cabbage and other vegetables surged after heavy rainfall in the country. Autumn is the time for "Kimjang", a traditional Korean event when kimchi - the spicy pickled cabbage is prepared for the coldest months of winter. The subsidized cabbages are about 30 percent off the cover price. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
KOREA/
RTXT3G2
October 06, 2010
A woman smiles as she buys napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office after she waited in line...
Seoul, South Korea
A woman buys napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office after she waited in line for about one...
A woman smiles as she buys napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office after she waited in line for about one hour at the Tongin market in Seoul October 6, 2010. The price of local cabbage and other vegetables surged after heavy rainfall in the country. Autumn is the time for "Kimjang", a traditional Korean event when kimchi - the spicy pickled cabbage is prepared for the coldest months of winter. The subsidized cabbages are about 30 percent off the cover price. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
KOREA/
RTXT3FY
October 06, 2010
A woman carrying napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office walks past others waiting in line...
Seoul, South Korea
A woman carrying napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office walks past others waiting in line...
A woman carrying napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office walks past others waiting in line to buy cabbages at the Tongin market in Seoul October 6, 2010. The price of local cabbage and other vegetables surged after heavy rainfall in the country. Autumn is the time for "Kimjang", a traditional Korean event when kimchi -- the spicy pickled cabbage is prepared for the coldest months of winter. The subsidized cabbages are about 30 percent off the cover price. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
KOREA/
RTXT3FW
October 06, 2010
People buy napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office after they waited in line for about one...
Seoul, South Korea
People buy napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office after they waited in line for about one...
People buy napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office after they waited in line for about one hour at the Tongin market in Seoul October 6, 2010. The price of local cabbage and other vegetables surged after heavy rainfall in the country. Autumn is the time for "Kimjang", a traditional Korean event when kimchi - the spicy pickled cabbage is prepared for the coldest months of winter. The subsidized cabbages are about 30 percent off the cover price. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
NIGERIA
RTR2G831
July 08, 2010
A woman hawks spicy meat in a transparent container at a local market in Nigeria's oil city of Port-Harcourt...
PORT-HARCOURT, Nigeria
A woman hawks spicy meat at a local market in Nigeria's oil city of Port-Harcourt
A woman hawks spicy meat in a transparent container at a local market in Nigeria's oil city of Port-Harcourt July 8, 2010. REUTERS/Akintunde Akintunde (NIGERIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
MALAYSIA-FOOD/
RTR2EOXF
June 03, 2010
Peranakan food is prepared at the Makko Nyonya Restaurant in Malacca, some 200 km (124 miles) southeast...
Malacca, Malaysia
Peranakan food is prepared at Makko Nyonya Restaurant in Malacca
Peranakan food is prepared at the Makko Nyonya Restaurant in Malacca, some 200 km (124 miles) southeast of Kuala Lumpur May 22, 2010. Peranakan is a hybrid Malay-Chinese culture that dates back to 1400 and is found in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia. One of the most visible signs of Peranakan culture can be found in the kitchen, where distinct spicy food, that requires hours of labourious preparation, is traditionally made by hand. Picture taken May 22, 2010. To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA-FOOD/ REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
MALAYSIA-FOOD/
RTR2EOXE
June 03, 2010
A photo of a Peranakan grandmother is pictured on display at a Peranakan food restaurant in Malacca,...
Malacca, Malaysia
To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA-FOOD/
A photo of a Peranakan grandmother is pictured on display at a Peranakan food restaurant in Malacca, some 200 km (124 miles) southeast of Kuala Lumpur May 22, 2010. Peranakan is a hybrid Malay-Chinese culture that dates back to 1400 and is found in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia. One of the most visible signs of Peranakan culture can be found in the kitchen, where distinct spicy food, that requires hours of labourious preparation, is traditionally made by hand.
Picture taken May 22, 2010. To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA-FOOD/ REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
MALAYSIA-FOOD/
RTR2EOXC
June 03, 2010
Peranakan dish are served at Makko Nyonya Restaurant in Malacca, some 200 km (124 miles) southeast of...
Malacca, Malaysia
To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA-FOOD/
Peranakan dish are served at Makko Nyonya Restaurant in Malacca, some 200 km (124 miles) southeast of Kuala Lumpur May 22, 2010. Peranakan is a hybrid Malay-Chinese culture that dates back to 1400 and is found in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia. One of the most visible signs of Peranakan culture can be found in the kitchen, where distinct spicy food, that requires hours of labourious preparation, is traditionally made by hand.
Picture taken May 22, 2010. To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA-FOOD/ REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
ITALY-GUANTANAMO/DETAINEES
RTR28FOR
December 30, 2009
Ivan Saimir holds a packet of quail eggs from Al Cappone farm, ready to be sold outside the maximum security...
Milan, Italy
To match Reuters Life! ITALY-GUANTANAMO/DETAINEES
Ivan Saimir holds a packet of quail eggs from Al Cappone farm, ready to be sold outside the maximum security jail at Opera near Milan December 30, 2009. Prisoners at the Opera jail on the outskirts of Milan must work as part of their rehabilitation, and a lucky few devote their days to cultivating red spicy peppers, creating gelato or making bread and jams. Each day, Ivan and other inmates tend the prison's greenhouses and quail, under the eyes of less-lucky companions watching from the bars of nearby prison cells. To match REUTERS Life! ITALY-GUANTANAMO/DETAINEES REUTERS/Paolo Bona (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW)
ITALY-GUANTANAMO/DETAINEES
RTR28FOH
December 30, 2009
Luigi selects red hot peppers grown by prisoners in the maximum security jail at Opera near Milan December...
Milan, Italy
To match Reuters Life! ITALY-GUANTANAMO/DETAINEES
Luigi selects red hot peppers grown by prisoners in the maximum security jail at Opera near Milan December 30, 2009. Prisoners at the Opera jail on the outskirts of Milan must work as part of their rehabilitation, and a lucky few devote their days to cultivating red spicy peppers, creating gelato or making bread and jams. To match Reuters Life! ITALY-GUANTANAMO/DETAINEES REUTERS/Paolo Bona (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW)
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